Carnivore

Carnivore

antichris's picture

I just watched this piece of crap last night. this has to be one of the most laughable movies ever. My friends and I were laughing through the whole thing. An hour and a half with only 3 deaths. subplots that were introduced, then ignored. Some of the worst dialogue ever. Characters that just leave halfway through. Has anyone else suffered through this thing?

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bryanthevampire's picture

true and in moment the creature was so strong it tore one vitim to shreds in seconds but then later it acted like wimp. one good gore scene and that was it.

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antichris's picture

But it teaches an important lesson. If you're attacked by a bloodthirsty monster, punch it in the face. Stops them every time. Seriously this movie gives me hope. If this POS can get released, I've definitely got a chance at getting something made.

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mohawk255's picture

Right on Brotha, this movie is definately great.....if your an inspiring movie maker. If this wonderful piece of trash can have more then one copy of it then their is a chance for other success as well.....Thanks Carnivore.

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Silentshadow's picture

Before Jurassic Park... There was Carnivore! No this is not an endorsement!

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almostdead's picture

haha, you are all so right. probably the worst dino movie ever made. anyone seen the 3rd one?? at the end the T-Rex gets his head blown off and you can clear as day see the steel rod holding the big styrofoam dino up. its so horrably done that its probably the funniest movies ever made...

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RopeandBottle's picture

i agree this has to be one of the worst films to have ever been made i watched it a long time ago and decided that i would try it again and it was still just as bad as i remember in fact it may have been even worse

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calebbotts's picture

Well, it's a crappy film with a bland,cheesy, scifi-ish plot and it was a waste of my life to watch it.

However, deaths don't make a movie good, movies like fear of the dark had no deaths, Drag me to Hell had one, and Vertigo (AFI rated #9 best film ever made placing it above any other in it's genre) had only one non-gory death in the last minute of the film.

The deaths don't matter that much what matters are the events and suspense leading up to the deaths, too many people dying can be detrimental to the plot.

 

Also are we talking about Carnivore or Carnosaur?

Because I didn't think the monster in Carnivor was a dinosaur persay?

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